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morose
American English: /məˈroʊs/
British English: /məˈrəʊs/

Translation of morose in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • A morose mood of deep melancholy has descended upon me this afternoon.
    • I got fed up with people in America thinking that my music is morose and depressing and all that.
    • He became morose and silent.

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